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Art Events Around Chicago

October 11, 2014

Thank you to all the parents for sending us great activities all Skinner families can enjoy. We initially intended to send out information about Art events in Chicago once a month, but we are able to send out fun events weekly! 

Here are the events Skinner families enjoy in the upcoming weeks in our segment “Keep Calm and Make Art”. Hope you can join us!

Free Events:
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Family Day Dare (free)
Saturday, October 11 @ 11am – 3pm
Contemporary art is daring.

Be bold, play with risk, and test your limits at this Family Day, inspired by the exhibition David Bowie Is.

Collaboraction, “Forbidden Future: The Education Project”
Skinner Family Group Outing

Saturday, October 11 @ 7:30pm
This is an adult outing open to all SN parents, teachers, and administration/staff. (And high school/college students too). All teachers, administration/staff and students are offered tickets at $15.
When purchasing tickets, use code SKINNER online, over the phone or at the box office. You'll get $10 off an Adult ticket, so only 20 bucks! 
The Arts Club
Harvest Fest (free)

Saturday, October 25 @ 1-3pm
In the spirit of colonial reenactment and craft inspired by Allison Smith: Set Dressing, The Arts Club of Chicago will present a Harvest Day for all ages, which is free and open to the public from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm in The Arts Club gallery. A tour of the exhibition, open through 31 January 2015, kicks off the event at 1:00 pm. The rest of the afternoon will feature crafts, storytelling, and seasonal treats that highlight local farming and craft communities. Register for tickets online

Auditorium Theatre
Family Fun Day (free)

Sunday, November 9 @ 1-5pm
The Auditorium Theatre will open its doors from 1– 5PM for a free Family Fun Day full of interactive activities and hands-on experiences highlighting the rich history of the landmark theatre. Allowing families to discover all of the magic the Auditorium has to offer both then and now, activities and entertainment are broken into three sections—“Be A Part of History,” “Engage With the Community” and “Create at the Auditorium.”

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